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Curfew on Kpantinga Township renewed

Mr Ambrose Derry, the Minister of the Interior, has, on the advice of the Northern Regional Security Council and by Executive Instrument, renewed the curfew hours imposed on the Kpantinga Township. 

The renewed curfew, according to a statement signed by the Minister and copied to the Ghana News Agency, starts from 1200 mid night to 0400 hours with effect from Friday, March 19. 

The statement reemphasised government’s appreciation to the chiefs, elders, opinion leaders, youth and people of the area for their efforts in ensuring peace and tranquillity following the recent developments. 

It urged all aggrieved persons to use the established mechanisms for the resolution of their conflicts and disputes.  

The statement cautioned all the residents in the township against carrying arms, ammunitions or any offensive weapons adding; “any persons found with any arms or ammunitions will be arrested and prosecuted.”

Source: GNA

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